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Kadeem Edwards and Kevin Pamphile dominate Buccaneers snap counts

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Who did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers really want to see yesterday against the Miami Dolphins? We have the official snap counts for you right here.

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers gave their first-string offense and defense around a quarter-and-a-half to get into the flow of things, before they pulled them to start evaluating the backups. That seemed to be the main purpose of this game. The second-string offense and defense got a lot of playing time. The two aren't neatly separated, as players from both groups got some playing time with the first-string and third-string teams, but the core second-stringers got around 30 snaps on either side of the ball.

Kadeem Edwards and Kevin Pamphile got more snaps than any other player, and by quite some distance. Both ended up with 47 snaps, and on offense only Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Mike Glennon came close. The Bucs clearly wanted to give their two draft picks an extended look -- and the conclusion I'd draw, without re-watching the game, would be that neither is ready start right now.

Special teams once again heavily featured Russell Shepard and Kelcie McCray. Neither is going to make the roster as a regular contributor, but one of them could stick around as a special teams demon. Other players with lots of special teams time for whom that could be the deciding factor were Louis Murphy, Keith Tandy, Danny Lansanah, Quinton Pointer, Damaso Munoz and Brandon Magee.

Player Position Off. Snaps Def. snaps ST snaps
K Edwards G 47 68% 1 3%
K Pamphile T 47 68% 1 3%
A Seferian-Jenkins TE 33 48%
M Glennon QB 33 48%
J Demps RB 31 45% 1 3%
J Allen C 29 42% 1 3%
A Miller G 29 42% 1 3%
J Meredith T 26 38% 2 7%
L Murphy WR 25 36% 12 41%
D Dotson T 22 32% 1 3%
O Cousins G 22 32% 1 3%
A Collins T 22 32% 1 3%
P Omameh G 22 32% 1 3%
M Evans WR 22 32%
C Owusu WR 22 32%
E Dietrich-Smith C 22 32%
M Patchan T 21 30% 1 3%
M Kafka QB 21 30%
B Rainey RB 20 29% 9 31%
J Daniels G 18 26% 1 3%
J Foster G 18 26% 1 3%
T Streeter WR 18 26%
C Brate TE 18 26%
T Wright TE 17 25% 4 14%
B Myers TE 15 22% 2 7%
J McCown QB 15 22%
V Jackson WR 15 22%
D Martin RB 15 22%
S Dawson WR 14 20%
L Hawkins WR 13 19% 1 3%
L Stocker TE 12 17% 5 17%
J Lane FB 11 16% 6 21%
S Patton WR 10 14% 8 28%
R Shepard WR 8 12% 15 52%
L Pryor RB 8 12% 9 31%
R Herron WR 8 12%
E Page WR 7 10% 1 3%
M James RB 3 4% 4 14%
D Gorrer DB 39 59% 4 14%
S Solomon DE 36 55% 7 24%
A Spence DT 34 52% 1 3%
R Talley DT 34 52%
D Fletcher LB 33 50% 13 45%
B McDougald FS 30 45% 12 41%
D Carr DB 26 39% 8 28%
K Tandy SS 25 38% 15 52%
D Lansanah LB 25 38% 12 41%
L Johnson CB 24 36% 7 24%
M Masifilo DE 24 36% 2 7%
M Foster LB 23 35% 2 7%
M Barron SS 23 35% 2 7%
L David LB 22 33% 2 7%
D Goldson FS 22 33% 2 7%
Q Pointer CB 21 32% 12 41%
J Banks CB 21 32% 2 7%
A Clayborn DE 21 32% 2 7%
M Johnson DE 21 32% 2 7%
C McDonald DT 21 32%
J Casillas LB 20 30% 9 31%
G McCoy DT 20 30% 2 7%
K McCray FS 18 27% 16 55%
K Glaud LB 17 26% 12 41%
A Gaitor CB 15 23% 5 17%
L English DE 15 23% 4 14%
M Wright SS 14 21%
R Giddins DE 13 20% 3 10%
R Melvin CB 13 20%
E Cummings DT 12 18% 2 7%
K Lewis DB 11 17%
K Edwards DB 7 11% 4 14%
D Munoz LB 5 8% 12 41%
N Askew LB 5 8% 8 28%
C Sutton DE 5 8% 2 7%
W Gholston DE 4 6% 4 14%
B Magee LB 3 5% 10 34%
J Ruffin DE 3 5%
T Fatinikun DE 1 2%
M Koenen P 11 38%
A DePaola LS 6 21%
J Cain LS 4 14%
C Barth K 3 10%
I Thompson TE 3 10%
P Murray K 1 3%